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Resource showing how the Primary National Curriculum (2014) programme of study statements can be broken down in relation to the typical stages of language development.

 

The Communication Trust's "Communicating the Curriculum" supports primary schools to understand where language development relates to the Primary National Curriculum (2014), and also how they can use this to identify a pupil's progression with their spoken language skills. Download from the Communication Trust's website.

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